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Positive leiden factor, Hyperadrenergic POts.<br>What is intrisic factor defieciency?

PTT La 43 interpretation abnormal result corrected when mixed with normal plasma and did not reverse after incubation. this is consistent with an intrinsic Factor defiency. What is Intrinsic factor defiency. I am postive Leiden factor five is that an intrinsic factor defiency? Ive been diagnosed after decades wrong roads as Hyperadrenergic Pots by Vandy and al just trying to connect old dots.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Jun 2012
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Aug 2013
hello and welcome to health care magic,

Intrinsic factor is a factor which is responsible for the proper absorption of vitamin B12 in the body and is an important in its functions. So a deficiency will cause all the problems of Vit B12 deficiency which can be numerous and serious.
Needless to say that you must start vitamin replacement therapy in consultation with your doctor and also consult a gastroenterologist who can better help you out in the proper management of the problem


Dr Sriram Nathan
Answered: Mon, 7 Apr 2014
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